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Viluy calls!

Pavel Marinichev: We have to find together "growth points" in the Vilyui region

The investor forum "Viluy zovet!" Should become a platform where ideas and projects on the development of the Vilyui group of uluses of Yakutia will be discussed, the first vice-premier of the government of the republic Pavel Marinchev believes.

Viluy calls!
Investment forum "Vilyui is calling!" should become a platform where ideas and projects for the development of the Vilyui group of uluses of Yakutia will be discussed, said Pavel Marinchev, first vice-premier of the republic's government. “Today we really need the initiatives of business and citizens. By combining them together with the mechanisms offered by the state, we can find "points of growth" that will become drivers of socio-economic growth and improve the quality of life of the population, ”said Marinychev, speaking on May 29 at the opening of the investment forum in Nyurba. According to the First Deputy Prime Minister, the economy of the republic, despite the ongoing diversification, largely retains a single-industry focus and continues to be dependent on the extraction of mineral raw materials. At the same time, the authorities continue the phased implementation of the tasks defined in the strategic document - "Scheme-2020", providing for the creation of new industries and entire industries. “Of course, today budget investments continue to be one of the main and important tools for stimulating economic growth. In the last five years alone, 37 boiler houses, 28 schools, 10 kindergartens and many other objects of social and engineering infrastructure have been built in the Vilyui group of uluses, ”said Marinychev. Infrastructure constraints continue to be the reasons hampering business development in the Vilyui region. “It is necessary to continue the development of the Vilyui federal highway, including the construction of bridges, and to resolve issues with energy supply. The most important factor The incomplete construction of the power transmission line Mirny-Suntar-Nyurba appears. At the same time, I want to say that the solution of this problem is a matter of the near future - during meetings at the federal level, the head of the republic puts this issue among the top priorities, ”said the first deputy prime minister. Of course, solving these problems is the prerogative of the state. But in the future, much will depend on initiatives and business ideas, including entrepreneurs. “We need to see how the traditional industries are developing in the zone that gravitates to the Vilyui federal highway. At the same time, it is necessary to focus on small and medium-sized businesses, since this is a source of income for the population, which means it will improve the quality of life. Moreover, today the forms of support for this particular market segment are being improved, ”the First Deputy Prime Minister believes. According to Marinychev, the Vilyui region is rich in cultural and historical heritage and is one of the centers of the republic's economic development. “This land is rich in talented people, has an advantageous territorial location and other advantages. This is the basis for further development, ”the First Deputy Prime Minister concluded. In the investment forum "Vilyui is calling!" The heads of republican ministries and departments, deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Mikhail Nikolaev and Fedot Tumusov, state structures for supporting entrepreneurship, representatives of local governments and business communities from Nyurba, Verkhnevilyuisky, Vilyuisky and Suntarsky uluses took part.
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